Good news! Over here at the new hoe-tell we serve a full hot breakfast and I'm incredibly happy to share with you that unlike in a hotel where they serve continental (even though it may have waffles) breafast, a place with hot breakfast needs to actually be inspected by the health department. YYAAYY!!! This place is so much more sanitary that I don't have guilty nightmares anymore about feeding people killer mold and staph bacteria and o.j. made with mexican ground water. It's a nice change of pace.
Still though, still don't drink the milk. I don't take care of the milk clean up anymore but I have a sinking feeling that they're pouring the old back in with the new just like the other place. Seriously people, don't EVER drink milk unless it comes from your own refrigerator. Just. . . don't.
Now, for the fun part - scary alien eggs. I noticed the first day that they serve a big ole bowl of boiled peeled eggs here and thought "Wow! What a nice touch, I wonder who does that job? What a lot of work!"
I later found that the boiled eggs come from Houston, a mere 9 hour drive, and that they come in one of these. MMmmmm nothin says lovin like a big ole bucket of eggs.
Being the curious creature that I am I wondered what a big ole bucket of boiled eggs looked like on the inside and was rewarded with quite a find.
Aparently they come pre-peeled and float around in this weird ass yellow green preservative solution that gets rinsed off before being served. I'm not sure what I expected when I pried off the lid, but it sure as hell wasn't this, they're not pickled eggs, just regular. Check it out! It's pretty. I keep hoping for alien hatchlings but nothings shown up yet, but just in case, I'm not eating one. I don't know about you bitches but I'm not down with hatching aliens in my stomach.
The use-by-date by the way? We've had this bucket going since last month and it says to use by March 20. Mmmmmmm month old boiled alien eggs, scrumptious.
So yeah, no milk and no boiled eggs - cuz damn.
Side note, ever wonder how they get all those perfect shaped egg circles that come on pre-packaged salads in deli's? Check these tramps out. Yep. Back in my high school days I worked in a Deli and will never forget running across the egg-roll for the first time. I remember just staring at it for a while and then peeling off some of the layers thinking "Dear Lord this is just so wrong! Is it even real egg? How can you make fake egg? What the HELL??? Damn it there's no END to this thing! Where's the smooth shaped END???" But there never was one. *shudder* I should have saved this post for Halloween. :D
Poor eggs, I don't know why we have to screw with them so much.